|Inimikal - Amphetamine [Kau-006]|
"Amphetamine" by Inimikal.
Keywords: Inimikal; Industrial; Isolationism; Dark Ambient
|Inimikal - Stale Blood Of The Past II: Tearing Up Wounds|
Welcome to the horror show. This album was made with the aim of creating the archetypal sequel as seen in the movie industry. It features all of the trademarks of the first album, and more. It's louder, more varied, deranged and twisted. If the first installment was "Terminator" then this is "Terminator 2". (Or... I shudder at the thought, "The Excorsist 2".) Give it a download, at least you won't feel cheated of your money, and as always, any criticism - positive or negative - is welcome.
Keywords: Inimikal; industrial; experimental; dark ambient; noise; sequel
|Inimikal - Skev [Kau-011]|
Keywords: Inimikal; industrial, dark, ambient, noise, soundscapes, nightmare
Downloads: 689 (1 review)
|The Dead Hours - Dead Girl's Waltz [kau000b]|
"Authentic masterpieces are the title-track and "And Thou Art Dead As Young As Fair". An excellent and innovative musical taste that surfaces immediately from the very first notes, and a visionary art that captures and inebriates, a fascination that does not vanish to the first lights of dawn. Flares that must be followed in the future too..." - Francesco Gentile - twilight-zone.it "Certainly a special and succeeded album, with a nice mixture of ambient and classical sounds...
Keywords: The Dead Hours; Drones; Dark Ambient; Neo-classical
Downloads: 21,873 (1 review)
|The Dead Hours - Dreamer [kau004]|
Five songs for dreamers.
Keywords: The Dead Hours; Dream; Glitch; Ambient; Dark Ambient; Pop Experimental
Downloads: 6,444 (1 review)
|The Dead Hours - In The Frozen Wasteland Of My Futility [Kau-009]|
Just some lounge-musick. Also, a transistion album from the sounds of "The Dead Hours" to "Alexis Erisian".
Keywords: The Dead Hours; Easy Listening; Lounge; Dark Ambient; Pop Experimental; SoundScapes; Futile Music
|The Dead Hours - Psilocybe Perception [kau000a]|
Four psychedelic ambient worlds.
Keywords: The Dead Hours; Ambient; Cinematic Ambient; Electroacoustic; Isolationism; Dark Ambient; Neo-classical
|Guided By Satan - Oh My God! They Killed Dennis, You Bastards!|
Most of these songs were originally released by L.S.D. Organization on two casettes titled Rectal Ritual I and II [T015] in 1999 or 2000 and where limited to 100 copies. At the time of their release I was committed to a psychiatric hospital, shortly after I "got out" the label went belly up and I subsequently never got paid. Oh well, ironically (most of) these songs, which are the only ones released by another label than my own, (compilations excluded) where created in a very short time and with...
Keywords: noise; industrial; power electronics; death industrial; experimental; electronic; electro acoustic; dark ambient
|The Dead Hours - Embrace [kau001]|
"New release for the Swedish Dennis R Lindfors's crepuscular sounds, he's still assisted by the voice of Lisa Velander and others precious musicians. The sonorities proposed confirm a dark magnetism with pure reverberations, an intimate and decadent river of changeable and bittersweet melodies. Structures are always much complex and with fantastic textures, emotionals sonorous embellishment, deep and lofty, lyrics lost into oneiric utraviolet storms...
Keywords: The Dead Hours; Electronic Diversity; Dark Ambient; Pop Experimental; Neo-classical